A Homeschooler can never have too many art supplies and books.
Amen and amen.
I recently had the chance to review products from Library and Educational Services LLC.
Library and Educational Services LLC is a wholesaler of books, DVDs, and CDs. They have been in business for 40 years. They sell their products at 30% to 70% off the publishers' prices.
AND this is the best part. Homeshoolers are eligible and welcome to receive the same discount schools receive.
Below you can watch my review of the products I received. I am going to tell you what I got in my big box of goodies that came in the mail in just a sec. They are fantabulous.
I got to choose a selection from the Who Was....series. I chose Who Was Charles Dickens. I also got to choose a Lifehouse Theatre CD series selection. This is a selection of audio dramas. You KNOW how we feel about the audio drama. They have an honored place in our homeschool.
I chose Pride and Prejudice for a couple of reasons. It's Pride and Prejudice! And it's on Josiah's book list this year.
I also got to choose a selection of books from the Reinforced Hardcover Library Binding Nonfiction books category. I picked out the:
American Revolution Through Primary Sources - Set of 4 (which include)
- American Indians and African Americans of the American Revolution
- The Making of the United States From Thirteen Colonies
- Washington's Crossing the Delaware and the Winter at Valley Forge
- Why We Won the American Revolution
AND Uncovering American History - Primary Sources Set of 7 (which include)
- The Alamo
- Ellis Island
- The Erie Canal
- The Gold Rush
- The Salem Witch Trials
- The Underground Railroad
- Women's Suffrage
I did not mention the "Reinforced Hardcover Library Binding Nonfiction books category" in my review...at least that particular phraseology, but I did show you all the lovely books I got from the sets I named above.
I can't believe what kind of savings are on the Library and Educational Services site. I show all the goods on my video. They are definitely on my go-to-resource list from now on.
Good stuff, my friends.
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